Winter Jacket For Infant

This unisex baby winter jacket is made of premium quality materials and designed for comfort, warmth and style. It’s easy to put on, comfortable to wear and keeps your baby cozy even when it’s cold outside. To make your baby even cuter, we offer more than 40 colors to choose from.

Winter Jackets For Babies After 10 years of successful designing, developing, manufacturing and selling of children’s fashion items, we are proud to present our best-selling jacket for winter season.

Baby boys’ army green fleece winter jacket. High-quality material, soft and comfortable. The classic hoodie style design is suitable for everyday wear, cold autumn and winter. More fashionable for kids, which makes them more adorable. Great gift for your children to wear it when they are going to play outside or go out with family.

Should Babies Wear Jackets?

As a general rule of thumb, infants should wear one more layer than adults. If you have a coat on, your infant will probably need a coat, and blanket. Just remember to remove the coat and blanket inside the car before putting your child in the car seat. Don’t forget hats, mittens and socks or booties.

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Your baby will be cozy and warm in this Babies’ Hooded Sweater Jacket with Sherpa Lining. The durable, comfortable design is great for active little ones and the sherpa lining keeps them warm when the weather outside is frigid. This coat can be worn alone or under another layer to add warmth when it’s really cold.

This boys’ unisex hooded sweater coat, made of non-tangling and no-falling fleece, is warm and comfortable. The long sleeves have elastic cuffs to keep them in place on little hands while they play and move around. On the front, there’s a bright contrast color zipper with a black leather pull. The hood is lined with extra-soft sherpa lining that keeps your baby warm in chilly weather. A hidden snap at the back creates an adjustable fit across the shoulders, so you can find just the right size for your child’s body type.

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​​​​Winter is a tricky time for car seats. As a general rule, bulky clothing, including winter coats and snowsuits, should not be worn underneath the harness of a car seat.

In a car crash, fluffy padding in a coat immediately flattens out from the force, leaving extra space under the harness. A child can then slip through the straps and be thrown from the seat.

Here are some tips to help strike that perfect balance between keeping little ones warm as well as safely buckled in their car seats.

How to keep your child warm & safe in the car seat

Note: The tips below are appropriate for all ages. In fact, wearing a puffy coat yourself with the seat belt is not a best practice because it adds space between your body and the seat belt.

  • Store the carrier portion of infant seats inside the house when not in use. Keeping the seat at room temperature will reduce the loss of the child’s body heat in the car.
  • Get an early start. If you’re planning to head out the door with your baby in tow on winter mornings, you need an early start. You have a lot to assemble, and your baby may not be the most cooperative. Plus, driving in wintry conditions will require you to slow down and be extra cautious.
  • Dress your child in thin layers. Start with close-fitting layers on the bottom, like tights, leggings or long-sleeved bodysuits. Then add pants and a warmer top, like a sweater or thermal-knit shirt. Your child can wear a thin fleece jacket over the top. In very cold weather, long underwear is also a warm and safe layering option.
    As a general rule of thumb, infants should wear one more layer than adults. If you have a coat on, your infant will probably need a coat, and blanket. Just remember to remove the coat and blanket inside the car before putting your child in the car seat.
  • Don’t forget hats, mittens and socks or booties. These help keep kids warm without interfering with car seat straps. If your child is a thumb sucker, consider half-gloves with open fingers or keep an extra pair or two of mittens handy—once they get wet they’ll make your child colder rather than warmer.
  • Tighten the straps of the car seat harness. Even if your child looks snuggly bundled up in the car seat, multiple layers may make it difficult to tighten the harness enough. If you can pinch the straps of the car seat harness, then it needs to be tightened to fit snugly against your child’s chest.
  • Use a coat or blanket over the straps. You can add a blanket over the top of the harness straps or put your child’s winter coat on backwards (over the buckled harness straps) after he or she is buckled up. Some parents prefer products such as poncho-style coats or jackets that zip down the sides so the back can flip forward over the harness. Keep in mind that the top layer should be removable so your baby doesn’t get too hot after the car warms up.
  • Use a car seat cover ONLY if it does not have a layer under the baby. Nothing bulky should ever go underneath your child’s body or between her body and the harness straps. Be sure to leave your baby’s face uncovered to avoid trapped air and suffocation. Many retailers carry car seat bundling products that are not safe to use in a car seat. Just because it’s on the shelf at the store or sold online does not mean it is safe!
  • Remember, if the item did not come with the car seat, it has not been crash tested and may interfere with the protection provided in a crash. Never use sleeping bag inserts or other stroller accessories in the car seat.
  • Pack an emergency bag for your car. Keep extra blankets, dry clothing, hats and gloves, and non-perishable snacks in your car in case of an on-road emergency or your child gets wet on a winter outing.

Taking a few extra minutes to ensure your car seat is secure and there is nothing bulky between the child and the straps is well worth it. You can then travel with peace of mind.

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